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My Easy One Pot Cast Iron Pot Roast Recipe
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Maple Vanilla Bourbon Cherry Pie Recipe
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Tips For Growing An Abundance Of Heirloom Tomatoes - Exotic Gardening Thoughts
Growing heirloom tomatoes is easy if you know the tricks and secrets. Use these easy tips to grow enough tomatoes for meals, canning and seed saving for replanting the following year. People often associate the color and shape of fruits and vegetables found in the grocery store as the standard for produce, however these uniform varieties generally lack flavor and nutrition. Heirloom tomato seeds provide gardeners with the ability to grow their ow...
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Homemade Honey
We all know bees make the best honey, however if you don’t have a beehive in your yard, there is another way to make honey, on the stove. To make your own honey you will need white sugar, alum, water, fireweed blossoms, red clover blossoms and white clover blossoms. You may want to set aside a section of your yard to grow these plants in so you know they have not been sprayed with fertilizer or weed killer.
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Freezing Goat Milk
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Five Edible Plants To Grow In Your Backyard - Exotic Gardening Thoughts Today we have a guest post on Five Edible Plants To Grow In Your Backyard written by James Smith. You can find other articles written by James at Natural News, growyourowngroceries, Survival Life, Mom Prepares and many …
Today we have a guest post on Five Edible Plants To Grow In Your Backyard written by James Smith. You can find other articles written by James at Natural News, growyourowngroceries, Survival Life, Mom Prepares and many other sites. Fruits and vegetables that can be grown in backyards and lawns ...
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Poultry And Rabbits Are Not "Cute Easter Pets" - Animal Husbandry Every year right before Easter pet stores, farm stores and other places that sell poultry and rabbits stock their shelves with live animals. People go in and buy them because they are “so cute.” Yes, …
Every year right before Easter pet stores, farm stores and other places that sell poultry and rabbits stock their shelves with live animals. People go in and buy them because they are “so cute.” Yes, chicks, baby ducks and other small poultry are cute. So are baby rabbits, goats and lambs.
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Product Review: Bil-Jac Farmer's Bounty Dog Food
I'm always excited to try holistic pet foods - especially for Precious Angel my 13-year-old lab mix. I got him when he was just two weeks old. They said he was eight weeks old and we paid for him. He ran under my feet and I fell on him. That led to a trip to the vet where I found out he was going to be ok but was only two weeks old. Over the years we have tried a lot of holistic and organic foods. Some he likes - and some he doesn't. When it came...
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Save The Bees! Here Is How To Help #BeeBold
Fruit is the second food babies eat - and without bees, we would have no fruit. #BeeBold and join Friends Of The Earth, Mamavation, myself and many others in the fight to save the bees. There is so much you can do from installing a mason bee house to creating a sanctuary right in your own backyard. It is time to step up and save the bees! They are our #1 pollinator. Bees pollinate 1/3 of all our crops and are the driving force behind every third ...
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Canning Blueberries And Broccoli
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Announcing Ant-Man In Theaters - One Free, Fun Downloadable
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#Monrovia Has The Best Bee, Butterfly And Bird Attracting Plants For Sale!
Spring is finally here after what seemed like a never ending winter - and that means it is time for my #Monrovia #Plantlust to surface. I #LoveMonrovia plants because they truly flourish in my #garden. Every year #Monrovia breeds and introduces so many exciting new varieties of #flowers that I feel like a kid in a candy store when their annual calendar that they send to Garden Writers arrives! I am first in line at our local Lowe's when I hear th...
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The owners of Exotic Gardening Farms and Wildlife Habitat believe in self-reliance and doing things the old fashion way. From weaving to spinning to soap making, our crafts are made with pride and care using items grown and raised on our farm whenever possible.

Our items are handmade with care using as many items as possible from our own farm. We feed our animals certified organic feed and do not use pesticides, herbicides or other chemicals on our animals or land.

We raise chickens, ducks, a variety of rabbits including angora and Leicester Longwool heritage sheep. We have Nubian/Alpine cross dairy does, cashmere does and an angora buck that we use to breed our does. Our goat kids are either cashgora or dairy/angora crosses. We also have a variety of baby chicks, ducks, lambs and bunnies that are available for purchase in season.

We offer a wide variety of seeds, plants, rag rugs, woven items, goat milk soaps and other homemade bath products, gift baskets, wreaths, candles, fresh and dried herbs, fruits and vegetables as well as fiber (angora, mohair and cashmere).

We also sell full grown roosters ready for you to butcher and farm fresh eggs from our chickens.

All items are subject to availability. Please inquire about what we have available for sale. The money from the items you purchase is used to help keep the farm going by providing food to both the wild and domestic animals that live here.
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